lecture notes-introduction-2012

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Unformatted text preview: Welcome! Welcome! Introduction to Biochemical Introduction to Biochemical Engineering Engineering ( ( CHE 461.3/861.3) CHE 461.3/861.3) Instructor Instructor Dr. G. Kennell Dr. G. Kennell Chemical and Biological Engineering Chemical and Biological Engineering Research Area Research Area • Mathematical modeling of coupled electric fields and ionic transport • Crevice corrosion • Lithium-ion cells with multi-dimensional current distributions and non-homogenous properties Course Objectives Course Objectives To provide a general understanding of the basic concepts of - microbiology- biochemistry and genetics To apply chemical engineering principles to - bioreactor analysis - downstream processing and bioprocess optimization and control. ChE 461 ChE 861 Assignments (4) 10 10 Quizzes (1-2) 10 10 Survey 5- Term project - 10 Midterm 25 20 Final exam 50 50 Total Mark 100 100 Marking Scheme The mark distribution is only approximate. Final grades will be assigned at the discretion of the instructor subject to the University Council and College Regulations on Examinations. Bonus marks may be allocated due to in-class participation. Disclaimer:...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course CHM 3210 taught by Professor Kennell during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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